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You are tasked with spray-painting player numbers onto your team's baseball uniforms. You've prepared 10 paper stencils, each with a number from zero to nine. With the stencils cup out, you are now ready to paint player numbers on all six jerseys.
If each jersey has room for two horizontal oriented numbers, what's the fewest number of stencils you need to number the six jerseys?
Give it another shot.
You need to use as few stencils as possible to come up with six unique numbers to paint on the jerseys.
You may need to turn everything you know about numbers upside down to find the answer.
As illustrated above, either the 6 or 9 stencil can be flipped to produce another number. This means you get the whole job done with just one stencil.
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